Occupational therapy (OT) is an important service that helps children and adults gain the necessary skills to participate in self-care activities, school productivity, and leisure activities. Occupational therapy helps with dressing, feeding, handling techniques, handwriting, cutting, and social skills, among other things. It can also be crucial to help individuals of all ages regain lost function due to injuries or accidents, allowing them to perform their everyday tasks and maintain independence.

Who we treat

At our facility, we offer Occupational therapy services for children and adults who suffer from a range of disorders and medical conditions, including Down Syndrome, Autism (ASD), Cerebral Palsy, Global Developmental Delay, Multiple Sclerosis, and more. Our experienced Occupational Therapists can help with a variety of skills training, such as Activities of Daily Living (ADL), Sensory Integration, Cognitive Skills Training, Therapeutic Activities, Upper Limb and Hand Function Training, and Visual Perception and Visual-Motor Integration Skills Training.

We also provide home modification and architectural barrier-free accessibility consultation, community living skills, and patient/family education.We also assist with the use of assistive and adaptive devices, making everyday tasks easier and more manageable. We are committed to providing the highest quality care to our patients, and our Occupational Therapists work closely with patients and their families to ensure that they receive the support and care they need.

Conditions We Treat And Techniques We Use

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